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In the summer of 2012, when the eurozone crisis was breaking bad and Spanish banks were heavily hit by the burst of a real estate bubble, Europe set up a mega-loan to the Spanish government to help out its most-in-need financial institutions. By Tiziana Barghi...
Peru is gaining international acclaim for its ability to attract capital. GDP is expected to expand by 5.5% in 2014.   MILESTONES By Tiziana Barghini Ranked 91st by the World Economic Forum for the relatively poor quality of its infrastructure, Peru...
Brazil and Mexico have taken completely different routes when it comes to foreign trade. And the results are telling.   THE TRADE CONUNDRUM By Antonio Guerrero Do open-door trade policies provide greater long-term benefits? Or is protectionism worth...
New Finance minister Alberto Arenas has big plans for a country looking to enact education, labor and other reforms.   NEWSMAKERS By Forrest Jones Alberto Arenas returns to government as Finance minister with some big plans for a country looking to ...
Argentina’s sharp devaluation of the peso in January came as little surprise.   MILESTONES By Tiziana Barghini Argentina has it tough. With GDP growth expected to fall to approximately 1.5% this year (compared with growth of more than 8% in 2011),...
Brazil posted net FX outflows of $12.3bn for 2013, marking the first negative balance since the 2008 financial crisis.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Antonio Guerrero Brazil posted a net foreign exchange outflow of $12.3 billion for 2013, marking the...
Chilean Economics professor José De Gregorio digs deep in the aptly titled How Latin America Weathered The Global Financial Crisis.   By Valentina Pasquali Feb 7, 2014 - More than five years since the beginning of the global financial crisis, ...
Latest round of privatization brings in $8 billion as government holds on to minority stakes.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Antonio Guerrero Two international consortia won the latest round of Brazilian airport privatizations, in deals totaling $9 b...
With the oil-rich nation close to becoming a net oil importer, legislators vote to take from Pemex, give to multinationals By Tiziana Barghini For Pemex, a crude awakening A steady, year-long stream of institutional and economic r...
  In a new book, economist Walter Molano offers a novel explanation for the country’s economic rise—and unraveling. ByA. Forrest Jones III Mapping out the history of Argentina (foto: Robles Pepe) Think you know what tur...
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